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The dual Resilience Australia Award winning book Are U Ready was written in response to a clear lack of pragmatic and relevant resources for small businesses to assist with planning, preparation and response to disaster.
"This book will become an invaluable aid to preparing for disaster, and as the authors suggest, it may be unique of its type. The authors have struck a good mix of personal anecdote, research findings and professional observations to make the problems real but not overwhelming. They provide detailed examples to help in working out what needs to be done, explaining what the problems are and how they may be approached. While the book is certainly a manual to guide planning and preparation, more importantly, it is a wakeup call and a consciousness raising based on the hard work and sometimes painful experience of the authors, who have shared their stories and their learning in a frank and generous way. It was rewarding for me to work with them during the Black Saturday recovery and I believe this to be a unique and valuable contribution to arise out of that painful event. I recommend this book to everyone who runs a small business or any sort of enterprise that is worth protecting from destruction."
says Rob Gordon Ph.D.- Consultant Psychologist in Disaster Recovery
Entrepreneurial Heart was written to show HOW young people were rising to the many challenges our world faces.
The book records the desires and motivations of eleven ethically driven young entrepreneurs and provides some clear insights into the passion, clarity and purpose of these truly amazing individuals.
Our 11 contributors are;
Akshaya Borkar from the Art Collective in India
Al Jeffery founder of Base
Carly Evans from Perth, WA
Dan Thomas of Image Doctor in Sydney, NSW
Manish Azad of Fitness Freaks in Melbourne, Vic
Phil & Janelle Sherrard creators of BinSpring from Perth, WA
Ryan Ebert of PHW (Productive Healthy Workplaces) Group
Shai Wolter from Sydney NSW
Shanley McCray publisher from Houston, Texas in the USA
Shannon Hsu of Q2Dance in Sydney, NSW
Vanessa Cullen founder of Forward Thinking Design in Sydney, NSW
How do they do it? is an easily read, information packed short read that provides insight into the 5 steps for creating a successful small business.
These 5 steps are…
Step 1 – know where you are
Step 2 – know where you are going
Step 3 – decide your income
Step 4 – tell the world
Step 5 – manage for success rather than for avoiding failure
So, if you’re like many small business owners around the world, you’re probably working hard, working long hours and spending less and less time with family & friends.
It's also highly likely you're feeling stressed AND, as the demands of your business has grown, have probably felt on many occasions (or possibly feel right now) that you’re like a hamster on a wheel – running (working) hard and getting nowhere fast.
If this picture sounds or feels familiar THEN How do they do it? 5 steps for creating a successful small business might just be a simple, quick and great start to claiming your life back.